For nearly all outdoor activities, proper equipment and clothing add to the experience. Skiers wear apparel designed for protection against the elements, flexibility of movement and style. Fly fishers wear waterproof boots and waders to give them freedom to move into a stream. Each activity has its own special requirements. ATV riding is no different.
ATV riding requires protection for head, eyes, hands and feet against occasional spills, flying debris, or contact with foliage. The same gear makes riding more comfortable with less fatigue. Continue reading ATV Safety In Kentucky
Select your fishing hook for the fish species you’re fishing!
Ever really thought much about, what your fish is swallowing besides your bait?
Nowadays, there are so many different brands, sizes and styles of hooks on the shelves, just which one will you choose? In order to truly understand the differences it is essential to go back to basics and first break down the hook into its various parts. Continue reading How To: Select The Right Fishing Hook
There’s more to cutting something than just grabbing the closest sharp object. Some jobs are big, some are delicate and that pocket blade you carry with you isn’t going to solve every problem. Use this guide any time you’re at a loss. Continue reading How To: Knife Blades
A quick step guide to getting the most from your game if you’re lucky enough to snag one on your trip. Continue reading How To: Field Dress A Deer
Knowing the correct knot to tie in your line is critical to landing the big one. Here’s a quick cheat-sheet of Grog’s Fishing Knots we thought might help. Continue reading Grog’s Knots – A Visual Primer